twiDial was built for the purpose of dialing outbound calls through any owned Twilio number or verified outgoing caller ID - (outgoing caller ID does not have to be Twilio number). What this means is that if you would like to place a phone call from your cell phone masking the outgoing number to be another number (office, home, remote office, etc) this is the perfect solution for you.
This app is for those who need to interact with customers or clients from behind their primary office number to maintain privacy and protect their time.
- On call doctors
- Legal counsel
- After hours support team members
- School administrators
- Place of worship staff
- Small businesses with offices in multiple cities or countries
- Anyone looking to dial from their cell phone using a different caller ID
- Anyone needing to call multiple countries using location specific caller ID
Fix for numeric keypad input.
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This app does exactly what it says. The first time I used it I got the same error the other reviewer did, it said ‘call completed’ but that’s it. I’ve tried it several times since a then and it’s worked fine.
How it works is you select the Twilio number you want to appear to be calling from and you select your verified mobile number. Then you enter a number to call and it calls both that number and your mobile number. Both you and the person you are calling get an inbound call at the same time from your Twilio number. It took me a few minutes to wrap my head around what was happening but it works great.
If the dev made a messaging client so I could text with my Twilio number I’d gladly pay another $10
I experience an odd bug every now and again, but this app works great overall.
If you could integrate CallKit, I will recommend this app to all my business clients! That would be such a killer feature.
Caller ID is not remembered. Could you default to which caller ID I used last?
Very confusing. Paying for 2 calls
This app is quite confusing when you first configure it. I had assumed that it would act like a normal phone app and make the call directly from that app. No! What it does is to call your cell phone and then once you answer, it places a call to your desired number.
What this does is to charge your Twilio account for 2 calls: 1 up your cell phone and another to the other party. That’s silly!
I found another app, TwilPhone that directly dials from the app and allows you to set the caller ID. Much more straightforward and half the cost for the app (and call charges).
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.